2010 Volvo XC60 – Design

February 3rd, 2009 at 10:12am

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Volvo redesigned its midsize crossover, the XC60, for 2010. As always, the company focused on making it as safe as possible, but it has also emphasized style like never before. Take a walk around this all-new model with Volvo’s Design Director, Steve Mattin.

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One Comment to “2010 Volvo XC60 – Design”

  1. skipper Says:

    This guy used a lot of buzz words without explaining the reason for the design of the vehicle. Personally I think it looks very Asian with no European influence with its angry headlights and over styled graphics. The undercut on the side of the body is becoming cliché and uninspired. The interior of this vehicle is stronger than its exterior. The interior falls victim of fussy details i.e. two tone seating and “X” graphic breakup.

    The design dept didn’t know when to stop. Sophistication is able to do more with less.

    On a separate note, with vehicle is priced way too high. It priced itself out of the market. 34k should’ve its maximum starting point.